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Mesa Chamber of Commerce Endorses Business‐Friendly Candidates

Posted: June 30, 2014 at 1:20 pm   /   by

For Immediate Release – June 30, 2014

Contact: Sally Harrison, President & CEO
480.969.1307 x 26 – [email protected]

Mesa Chamber of Commerce Endorses Business‐Friendly Candidates

MESA – The Mesa Chamber of Commerce’s Good Government Committee and Board of Directors released its 2014 legislative primary and city council candidate endorsements today. As the advocate for the Mesa business community, the Mesa Chamber is proud to support local and state candidates who most closely align themselves with business community positions on issues.

“The Board of the Mesa Chamber believes this is an important responsibility of our Chamber,” said Chairman Craig Henry.  “Our Good Government Committee worked hard to review candidate questionnaires and interviews.  Recommendations were made to the Chamber board and approved last week.”

The following is a list of the Mesa Chamber of Commerce legislative primary and municipal candidate endorsements:

Arizona Governor

  • Scott Smith

Legislative District 16

  • Doug Coleman (State Representative)
  • Taylor McArthur (State Senator)

Legislative District 18

  • Jeff Dial (State Senator)
  • Bob Robson (State Representative)
  • John King (State Representative)

Legislative District 25

  • Bob Worsley (State Senator)
  • Justin Olson (State Representative)

Mesa Mayor

  • John Giles

Mesa City Council District 4

  • Chris Glover

Mesa City Council District 5

  • David Luna

Mesa City Council District 6

  • Kevin Thompson

Mesa Chamber of Commerce

About the Mesa Chamber of Commerce – For one hundred years, the Mesa Chamber of Commerce has been the leading voice and strong advocate of the over 20,000 businesses in the city of Mesa, Arizona.  Its mission is to maintain and strengthen a prosperous business climate in Mesa and to enhance the quality of life in the community.  A member – supported civic organization, the Mesa Chamber is an influential leader in the development of Mesa – currently the 38th largest city in the United States.

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Mesa Chamber of Commerce Endorses Business‐Friendly Candidates